Apr 25, 2007 9:32pm
Re: EDIT: This article is not in reference specifically to the Berkeley Greeks, however.....
Yeah, I understand why you need to qualify your response, however I certainly appreciate and value the lights of your mind. Thank You.
Under the watchful eye of Orion (aka: The Hunter), with its "Dog Star' (often confused in concert by the audience as "Dark Star" in "Lost Sailor"), I think it is appropriate to say "Goodbye" to Orion for now until his return in October ("Darkness shrugs and bids the day good-bye"): (naturally, I hope it doesn't make one feel too greasy)
"Three blue stars/Rise on the hill
Say no more, now/Just be still
All these trials/Soon to past
Look for something/Built to last
"One blue star/Sets on the hill
Call it back/You never will
One more star/Sinks in the past
Show me something/Built to last
"All the stars/Are gone but one
Morning breaks/Hear comes the sun
Cross the sky/Now sinking fast
Show me something/Built to last."
("Built to Last" @Robert Hunter, 1980-2007)
"That's not the sound of your regular number
I know that sound like I know my own name
Say, Mr. Matches, that a pretty nice tune
I wonder if you'd play that tune again?
"It went: Over the Hills and Far Away
a guitar player at the break of day
Playing Oh My Lady and Oh My Soul
Playing Whoa-oh and Over She Go
and I don't want to lose that feeling
I don't want to lose that feeling
I don't want that feeling to go - no
"That's not the sound of your regular drummer
One drive to the nail and four to the bar
I know that beat like I know my own heart..."
("Over the Hills" @Robert Hunter, 1973-2007)
"Say no more,now/Just be still...." ---- AshesRising